Lee Morin, Esq.


Morin-LeeTitle: Principal Attorney

Company: MORIN Entertainment Law

Years in the record business: 9

Motto: The only rights you have are those that you assert.


Lee Morin, Esq., is Principal Attorney and founder of MORIN Entertainment Law, a boutique law firm in metro Atlanta that specializes in serving artists and entrepreneurs in creative industries including music business, fine art, game design, book publishing, theatre, film, television, and fashion design.


Job Description:

Lee Morin has over ten years of experience in legal services, both in the corporate law departments of global companies and national to regional law firms. She counsels and represents her clients to provide each with the means to harness the power of enterprise. Lee leverages her networks to the advantage of her clients. She is an active member of the Entertainment and Sports, Intellectual Property, and International Law sections of the Georgia Bar, Georgia Lawyers for the Arts (GLA), Georgia Production Partnership (GPP), Atlanta Film Festival (ATLFF), Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA), Georgia Game Developers Association (GGDA), International Game Developers Association (IGDA), Georgia Music Partners (GMP), Recording Academy® (NARAS), and National Association of Record Industry Professionals (NARIP), where she serves on the Atlanta Board of Directors. 


Career Achievements:

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Lee is a frequent public speaker. Lee has been a featured panelist since 2013 at the Southern Interactive Entertainment and Game Expo (SIEGE). In 2014, she presented on copyright in gaming video at GameVid Expo, and on arts applications in games for Georgia Lawyers for the Arts (GLA); moderated professional seminars on Music in Games, and, Producing Hit Songs, for the National Association of Record Industry Professionals (NARIP), taught a continued legal education (CLE) course for Scrivener’s Quill Literature & the Law series, and engaged students in a discussion about legal issues in the arts at Savannah College of Art & Design – Atlanta campus.

In 2015, Lee continues speaking on diverse topics to adults and children alike. Lee answered questions and presented on a career in law for 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders for Career Day at Oakcliff Elementary School and Sawyer Road Elementary. Lee moderated a professional seminar for NARIP, Meet the Press, which discussed how artists can get press. In July, Lee presented on how to protect your work at the Turner Cassity Writers’ Workshop, which supports aspiring writers by helping them develop writing skills and prepare works for publication. If you are interested in booking Lee to speak, present, or moderate a discussion, please do not hesitate to contact her directly at lee@morinentlaw.com.

In addition to public speaking, Lee added publishing a quarterly newsletter to her law practice. Each quarter, Lee researches and publishes on matters of interest to her clients in a Special Report. She is also a featured blogger for the Needy Animator.

Earlier this year, Lee published a Special Report entitled International Art Crime and Wartime Looting. Art and antiquities looting is as old as the most ancient civilizations, and has recently experienced a boost in fame due to news reporting, the opening of a new art database, and a new film depicting events, which surrounded the theft and return of one of the most prized paintings of the twentieth century. This article takes into account history, laws, and current events to provide an entertaining and informative view into the global art business.

In June, Lee teamed up with the Needy Animator to publish Copyright For the Freelance Artist, Pt. 4: A Case Study of MomoCon. This Special Report explores cosplay, anime music videos, doujinshi, fan art, and fan subs, discusses how MomoCon addresses copyright issues in these activities, identifies risk, and suggests how to reduce risk and comply with the law.


Professional Goals:

Lee is uniquely positioned to advise clients on their own business practices. In addition to demonstrating a lifelong passion for the creative and performing arts, Lee is an entrepreneur, owning and managing her own law practice since March 2013. She understands the rigors and risks involved in a startup organization in either the for-profit or non-profit sectors. Lee counsels her clients in ways to protect their assets while meeting their growth objectives. She offers services in corporate, intellectual property (trademark and copyright), contracts, and transactional business services. Lee speaks fluent French and holds a dual citizenship with the United States and the European Union (France). She therefore has the ability to pursue business opportunities whether locally or globally for her dynamic clientele.


Contact information:

950 Herrington Road #C-191
Lawrenceville, GA 30044 (USA)
+1 (404) 408-8761